Project and Program Management Consulting

  1.  Establish your PMO

Organizations continue to be challenged with resource planning and forecasting, the consistent application of defined project management processes, and demand management, to name just a few.

A well-managed Project Management Office (PMO) can address these challenges and focus on much more than just delivering projects. The PMO can also focus on putting solid governance, portfolio, resource, performance, and demand management practices in place to provide continuous value to your business.

For many of the organizations, Project/Programme Management is not a core function. They would like to dedicate their resources on technical developments, build business strategies and hone their salability of value to the market. We can help you here.

Our Programme Management experts bring in their vast experience to the table to take charge of your Project Management activities by establishing your PMO and help run it while also helping you to focus on  your more vital business, strategies and technical development work areas.

Develop – Operate – Enhance

Develop a New PMO

 Operate and Enhance existing PMO

PMOs are under constant pressure to deliver added value and a broader range of services.

We review your existing structure to recommend targeted enhancements that will show results quickly.

Depending on the findings from our review, we work with you to align PMO practices with your organizational business strategies, establishing or improving your governance, resource, portfolio, vendor, and demand management practices, and strengthening your performance measurement and reporting


PM Systems Consulting

Senior Project Managers with industry-specific experience design and implement:


ITSM Consulting

One of the biggest challenges organizations across the world facing today is- meeting the expectations of the business. There is a growing gap between what Business expects and IT’s ability, capacity to deliver.

Value of implementing IT service management strategy is to help improve service quality while controlling costs. But where do you begin?

You need help understanding where to invest your capital and resources to ensure that your IT is aligned with the needs and goals of the overall business. So Soham IT offers

ITSM Assessment

One of the key steps of the IT Information Library “Continual Service Improvement Model” is answering the question “Where are we now?” This is the objective of the ITSM Assessment

Through a series of interview with key IT and business staff, observation of documentation and IT personnel Soham IT will assess your capabilities with respect to the ITIL® v3 Lifecycle Phases and Operational processes and recommend process improvements that will lead to quick wins and the best path for implementing IT Information Library Framework within the organization.

The scope of the assessment is dependent upon customer need. At the end of the assessment, you can expect:

Design and Implement ITIL® Framework

An ITIL® Implementation project is structured in several phases

Step 1: ITIL® Project Preparation

Step 2: Definition of the IT Service Structure

Step 3: Selection of ITIL® Roles and Role Owners

Step 4: Analysis of As-Is Processes: ITIL® -Assessment

Step 5: Definition of the To-Be Process Structure

Step 6: Definition of Process Interfaces

Step 7: Establishing Process Controlling

Step 8: Designing the Processes in Detail

Step 9: Selection and Implementation of Application Systems

Step 10: ITIL® Process Implementation and Training

Process Re-engineering

Process Reengineering is the analysis and design of workflows and processes within an organization.

Our approach:

A Re-Engineered organization is process oriented, where